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now from the family of caleb moore. you may recall he was the snowboarder, just 25 years old. he was performing in the winter x games. he crashed in the winter x games. he has since passed away. this was -- he was in critical condition on tuesday. he was performing a flip-off jump. he was injured in that. this is the family's statement that was just released. the family confirming now this snowmobiler, caleb moore and his death. on behalf of the moore family this morning, caleb moore passed away. he will be truly missed and never forgotten. the family wishes to express their deep gratitude for support they have received from friends and family from around the world that caleb inspired. they would also like to thank the physicians and medical staff at aspen valley hospital and grand junction for their care and dedication. this is caleb moore, only 25 years old, now has passed away. we're going to take a break. s tt exactly how they want. with scottrade's online banking, i get one view of my bank and brokerage accounts with one login... to easily move my money when i need to. plus,
for caleb moore following the crash at the winter x games in aspen. a family spokesman said the 25-year-old moore is now in critical condition. he underwent heart surgery on friday and is experiencing, quote, a secondary complication involving his brain. moore's grandfather told the "denver post" it's almost certain he's not going to make it. >>> the senate approve it -- it featured bipartisan fury. the package includes grants for homeowners and businesses along with funding improvement project os the electrical grid. they denied an effort to require budget cuts elsewhere to offset the cost. >>> in just a couple of hours john kerry is expected to be confirmed as the next secretary of state and he is expected to sail through the full senate after that. kerry, of course, is replacing hillary clinton at state. meanwhile massachusetts governor deval patrick is expected to name a replacement tomorrow to fill out kerry's current term in the senate. >>> all right. the skies could erupt along the south this morning. the threat of powerful thunderstorms and possible tornados. jennifer delgado is
it. caleb moore was attempting a back flip when this happened. his snowmobile ski caught the snow. he slammed in the landing and the 450-pound machine crashed right over the top of him. at first he appeared to be okay. but after he was able to walk off the course medics rushed him to the hospital in colorado. that's where doctors found bleeding around his heart which reportedly caused complications in his brain. meanwhile caleb's brother colton separated his pelvis racing on the very same course. and on sunday another rider lost control of his snowmobile after a jump. we showed you this last night. the machine throttle somehow got stuck and zoomed toward a crowd of spectators. fortunately a net caught it just before it went into fans nearby. "the fox report's" chief correspondent jonathan hunt more with this night? do we know what went wrong. >> frankly, bill it, looks like a simple and yet disastrous mistake. 25-year-old caleb moore had landed this kind of trick many times before in practice and apparently in competition. trying to do a back flip. can you see there in slow motion. ca
. >> thank you, jennifer. >> be safe. >>> prognosis not good for snowmobiler caleb moore following a crash at the winter x games. the 25-year-old moore in critical condition at a hospital in grand junction, colorado. he had heart surgery on friday and he's dealing with a brain complication now as well. moore's grandfather tells "the denver post," "it's almost certain he is not going to make it." and jackson strong, competing in the best trick competition when his snow mobile went out of control and look at that, right through the snow fence and into the crowd. a fan hurt after getting pushed into a parked truck. that fan was treated and went home, thankfully. >>> the mystery behind the boeing dreamliner's problems has not been solved. the entire fleet of state of the art dreamliners still grounded. japanese and u.s. investigators have found no issues with the lithium batteries. the dreamliner after two issues prompted an aviation investigation. >>> super bowl kicks into high gear with the craziness of media day. the baltimore ravens arrived today, a day after the 49ers, carlos is in new or
street. we'll talk about that with steven moore, wall street journal, about why the dow is up and the economy is still shrinking. that in a moment. >>> first, more breaking news here. busy wednesday. look at the pictures with me as i walk you through what we know. aerial pictures from our affiliate ktvk. so you see all the cars, fire trucks in the center of your screen. this is the phoenix, arizona, area. police responded to reports of a shooting. we know of multiple victims. this is a business complex. this is 16th street and glendale avenue. the issue with the suspect this is according to affiliates, making calls here at cnn, affiliates are telling us the search is under way for the suspect. i want to bring in someone on the phone with me, she's carol aguile aguilera. she is inside a building just across the street from this phoenix business center where this shooting happened. carol, you with me? >> yes, i am. >> carol, let's begin with your daughter-in-law. she's in this building on lockdown, correct? >> yes. that's correct. >> have you been in touch with her at all? >> ye
next to him. premiering tomorrow on tlc. >>> i spoke with terence moore, i asked about this week's announcement that hall of fame voters had chosen no one to join the hall from this year's ballot. and terence took issue with pete rose's defense of roger clemens. >> well, two confessions, i personally have known pete rose for 35 years. he was my all time favorite player growing up as a youth. it pains me to say this but pete is wrong about this. roger clemens best friend at the time said roger clemens told him he used steroids. he backed out at the last minute when he was talking to the feds. the other thing pete said, numbers matter in baseball more so than any other sport. i mean, baseball's been around since 1869, have you these steroid users going against willie mays and hank aaron in history books is not fair to the guys of the past when you lump these knuckle heads in with them. >> this steroid era lasted awhile, could we see a repeat next year and the year after. >> two former atlanta braves heroes, they're going to right the ship, they will be first ballot hall of famers,
shelley moore capito rodney davis, and others. do you think the solution is fewer house republicans or just more women? >> i think a combination of both. let's remember in 2006 there were 11 women who lost by less than 5% of the vote and one big reason they lost was the lack of money, so with emily's list going early that will help them. the second was they lost on immigration, because people believed they would be softer on providing benefits. >> jennifer: and it's wholesome because when women are at the table, women's issues get addressed. we have house republicans who are going to be taking violence against women up, and the question is will it pass? >> another issue like immigration. democrats want it because it's the right thing to do and republicans want it because they need it. >> jennifer: is it going to pass? >> i think it has a good chance of passing. [ overlapping speakers ] >> they have to put those visas for battered immigrant women back into immigration reform because they shouldn't be made to suffer. >> jennifer: exactly. okay. separate question,
's snowmobiler caleb moore in the freestyle. as you can see, he couldn't complete the back flip and barely had the snowmobile fall on top of him. look at that. inches away. he was hospitalized with a concussion. moments later his brother colton also crashes and he, too, would be taken to the hospital for a hip injury. >>> well, thousands of st. louis calendar nals fans turned out to say one last good-bye to ballplayer stan the man. cardinals' faithful many decked out in the team's colors waited in line to pay their respects to stan musial. he'll be buried tomorrow. >>> finally a basketball player in michigan is getting a lot of attention despite playing only two minutes all season long. owen grosser is an eighth grade were down syndrome. in the team's final game wednesday, owen's coach put him in for the first time all year and on his first game he sinks a three-pointer. but he's not dub. owen gets another shot from behind the arc and he nails that one too. six points in two minutes and a whole lot of inspiration. >>> when we return, forget angry birds. primates at the zoo are
took home some awards for "argo" and julie ann moore for "game change." anne hathaway for "les mis." so on and so forth and daniel day lewis for "lincoln." no shocker there. >> i would like to say, kerry washington looked phenomenal. she was my best dressed. >> congrats to all the winners. >>> how about nicole sullivan. the plays a therapist on "cougar town," and she says that when she had her children, she was so obsessed with losing weight and she's looking through all these celebrity magazines and they're saying jessica alba and all these moms lose weight by just breastfeeding and she said they're lying. you have to go on a severe diet to lose weight. i have to tell you, i agree. i remember when i had my kids, i'm looking at all these flat stomached women bouncing around on all these magazines saying they're nursing. i was doing that and i was still fat. >> sunny, you're very worked up about this issue. >> they do that to women, especially after women have children and it's terrible. >> all right. >> i agree with nicole sullivan on that. >> beyonce put a picture on instagram, wearing
mis" and julian moore won for her role as sarah palin in "game change." >>> in southern california they're fishing for squid. not this squid, but we've got both of those fish tales or maybe squid tales just ahead for you. >>> here's a fish tale that starts a half milestones under the ocean. the first ever pictures of a giant squid in its natural habitat. the ten foot find was tauted as one of the most important discoveries in decades, but you know in california they don't have time to talk about giant skids, they've got their own fishing frenzy underway. here's miguel marquez. >> it's a southern california squid frenzy. >> every night fishing boats packed to the gillis set off the hunt for two to three foot long sometimes bigger squid. the sea here off dana point thick with crill. they make a fine squid steak. they are bizarre shooting ink in water when out of the water they change colors, sometimes like a traffic light. >> this is what the squid hunters have come after, humble squid. look at that. there's the eye there. their teeth are right in here. if i stuck my hand in there it
. >> i was on the yacht next to the wagners. we were moored in the isthmus off cattily in a island. it was thanksgiving evening and i had gone to bed, about 11:00, and at about 5 after 11 i heard someone yelling, calling for help. help me, somebody, please help me. i got up and started calling across where i could determine the crisis for help were coming from, and i would yell where are you? where are you? i'll come. i'll get you. keep yelling. and all the yelling that took place and screaming was somebody please help me. help me. the cries for help were very, very haunting, and very serious. i stayed up on the top deck and my fiance at the time went down stairs to call harbor patrol. they never answered the phone, so in desperation, he called avalon which is about 30 minutes away by helicopter, and he repeated what was going on in the water from what we could tell. it was coming from the water. we had packed everything up because we were going back to new port beach the next day, so we didn't even have a dingy. owners, she would be alive today. we could have thrown the dingy in t
, penn financial group. steve moore, "wall street journal.". good morning. love having you on. we can talk about what the government is doing with he have too. talk about what the markets are doing with matt. stephen moore, tell me, bobby jindal in louisiana, what his idea is, that is helping to drive this headline today? >> well, bill, he wants to make louisiana one of those, join the ranks of those nine states across the united states that don't have an income tax. those are states like texas and florida and tennessee and new hampshire and washington, navy. they're doing develop economically much better. art laffer who you have on the show a lot and we do a study, called rich states, poor states we find significant growth in those that don't have income taxes. texas isp booming. florida is doing well, tennessee. louisiana wants to join the states to get more job and higher income jobs. bill: bobby jindal wants to get in on the action? >> yeah. bill: what is the effect when states cut taxes like that, from a financial perspective. >> from a financial perspective it is great. art laff
in a nanosecond. kale lebanon moore attempting to backflip, the skis dug into the flip of the slope and the machine came crashing down on top of him. a concussion was first diagnosed but doctors discovered bleeding around his heart. >> emergency heart surgery and complications from that surgery that led to a brain injury, brain complications. >> reporter: the family says moore is in critical condition and is asking for continued prayers for his recovery. a nurse who is not involved in this case -- >> this sounds very sire yous. he's critically injured at this point. >> reporter: moore is not the only athlete. his brother colton suffered a separated pelvis. a skier had a spinal fracture. it's not just the athletes at risk. look what happened in another snowmobile crash. it plowed into the bank of spectators. >> has this gone too far? flipping a snowmobile, is it too dangerous to continue these games? >> it sounds like there's been a number of injuries at the winter x games, including pelvic injuries, spine injuries. they do train all year for this. but it's important for the folks wa
swear-ins on capitol hill. we are back with jackie calls, neera tanden, stephen moore and dana bash, happiest guy on the hill, right? i mean, first of all, he flew in there like superman. it was dark, and we were going to go over the fiscal cliff, and he and senator mcconnell saved the day. so it was a good week for him. >> gas a very good week for joe biden. also very interesting because you saw the -- that old triangulation happening a little bit that dick morris term from the '90s because along the way, as things were getting very intense and as harry reid was not as involved and it became a biden/mcdonnel deal, we as those covering, it really got a couple of sort of selective leaks about what they were talking about, not to pressure mcconnell but democrats trying to pressure biden. they were concerned, back to the earlier conversations, that biden was selling out democrats too much on some key issues. at the end of the day the fact you had only three democrats voting against it in the senate and only a handful of democrats even though there's like 70 members of the progressive c
to be a part of the debate. joining us, robert reich and richard moore. robert reich, let me start with you because all of the tax revenue from the fiscal cliff deal adds up to about $600 billion over ten years. that's not even a drop in the proverbial bucket. but here we are with the democrats after taxes went up on a whole list of things, they want as much as twice as much money in taxes. for real, they think they're going to get it? >> they're going to try to gets it. i don't know any republicans or democrats who want to raise taxes for the sake of more taxes. this is all in anticipation of a very, very large budget deficit in the out years. if we don't get more revenues, we're going to have to cut more into military spending, social security, infrastructure, all of the public investments we have in this country. the whole purpose of trying to get more tax revenue and hopefully trying to get more tax revenue from wealthiest americans rather than from middle class and poor americans is so government can do a lots of things americans want government to do. >> i want to ask you where that m
-enhancing drugs. terrance moore is here to talk about, a hall of fame voter. >> yes, sir. >> so are you glad people like bonds, sosa didn't get in? >> i'm elated. i didn't vote for of these knuckleheads that used steroids. drew, on the hall of fame ballot it says you must consider integrity and character. that's integrity and character, doing that, and the one thing that makes my head want to explode which is would be an ugly sight, what about the bad guys in the hall of fame? >> first of all, i wasn't voting back then and second of all with that sort of logic you wouldn't have a third of u.s. presidents in the history books with the slavery things and some of the bad things hearing about lately. >> did that ballot always have the clause? >> since 1936. the first hall of fame ballot, it was there. >> bell, let's talk about pete rose. he's got a lifetime ban from baseball for gambling. he's also one of the greatest hitters of all time. here's what don lemon, he asked him about the recent hall of fame vote. here's what he said. >> i don't know if i 'll get in trouble for this. i have to defend
, we need to provide moore security for the consulate, perhaps close it for a period of time. a military asset on stand by to extract people. why there weren't more resources prepped. and she was clearly aware that libya was a very dangerous place and i think as goes on, we'll learn more-- i don't believe the only people aware of what a bad situation it was, were of the mid level people that resigned. i think that it was clear from her testimony today that she was aware of how libya was, although, obviously she says there's no way she could know it was going to turn into this. >> greta: if i get right from what you said, your main concern was the process of information and to make sure we find out what happened, how it happened so it doesn't happen again. >> only one of two things could have happened. either the information didn't get to where it it needed to go or the information got to where it needed to go, but the response was not appropriate. both are bad. >> greta: and we investigate that so that doesn't happen again. >> absolutely. >> greta: okay. the second, there was
healthcare law. steven moore is a senior economic writer for the "wall street journal" to explain that. steven, good morning to you. >> hi, bill, good morning. bill: how would this work. >> the big issue with respect to legalizing these 8, 10, 12 million people who are here illegally is will they become eligible for all these government benefits this. is a big concern. i'm as proimmigration as anyone, i think immigration is one of our great sassett as a country. i have a concern offering food stamps, health benefits, welfare benefits to immigrants who come here we. want immigrants who want to come here and work and be productive citizens. we don't want our welfare system to become a nag net. this will be a big issue in that bill that you were just discussing with brit hume. bill: i'm reading from the hill.com. assuming a final deal paves the way for undocumented immigrants to receive papers, assuming, do we know that to be the case? >> well the bill is still being written. we don't know exactly what kind of benefits these immigrants will be eligible for. these are people who are alread
the campaign. quote, you have people like michael moore, bill clinton and jimmy carter coming out and giving you kudos as a sane republican. that does not play so well in the primary phase of iowa or south carolina. to be fair, huntsman was referring to the kudos as an added strike against him on top of his tendency towards honesty, even when inconvenient during the campaign. but by singling those three out, especially bill clinton, jon huntsman probably doesn't have to worry about any future endorsements. and a move that could signal some progress. during thursday's swearing-in ceremonies house speaker john boehner met the husbands of both democratic representative shaun patrick maloney of new york and mark pokan of wisconsin and how is that for family friendly and a new pew report notes members of the 113th congress are getting bold when it comes to their religious affiliation. they are at the same 2% level as americans who refuse to specify their faith. democratic congresswoman kirsten cinema to describe her religion as non-but ten of her colleagues didn't specify any religious affiliatio
of lies." julianne moore, she won for playing sarah palin. see, the foreign press realized the greatest challenge in hollywood, pretending to be a republican. so they hand out these awards. >> but i said, doctor, i'm cal calling to thank you very much. 13 years ago you saved my life. he said, well, dave, it seemed like a good idea at the time. i had five bypasses. five bypasses. yeah, that's right. who wants to fight. five bypasses or as dick cheney likes to refer to it, a checkup. a checkup. >> "early start" continues right now. >>> finally, a confession. after years of denying it, lance armstrong has told oprah what e he's always denied to the rest of the world. >>> infected by accident. a medical mistake may have exposed hundreds of war vets to hiv. >>> and danger amid the waves. look at that. >> i know. >> a camera captures sharks lurking just yards off the beach. >> well, luckily, you know, that person's not that close, right? >> stay away from the water. stay away from the water. good morning, everyone. my name is john berman. >> and i'm zoraida sambolis. >>> after a armstrong, a
, 90 come in one case 340 years. it was a stack of seconds. they gave joe moore, a hog farmer, who if i had enough, there were 60 mins, they did a great piece that shows the house joe moore, really a ramshackle hut, gave about a 90 year sentence but now, it was actually, the range was from probation to 99 years and for some reason the jury saw fit to give him nine years of grace. freddie, ma a 21 euros, son of a military man, he had gone to school, was in college, got a 25 year since. he asked his father way he should take a plea, and his father said look, if you're innocent you need to prove, get your day in court and go to trial and prove it. the son took his word, went to trial and got a 25 year sentence instead of a five year plea sends, since he would've gotten had he planned. the stories went on and on, and quickly, i probably most certainly would've done exactly if i had been in the same situation, people start to say we can get a fair trial, we are going to start to take place but to take place but i do have many of you know, but again tv makes it seem like everyone goes to tria
? my friend, steven moore, was on tv today. he's at the "wall street journal." he said, you don't have to worry about people coming in and being a public charge. there's a law against that. well, mr. moore, there may be a law against it but it's not being enforced. we need to know it's going to be enforced in the future. younger people in canada get a priority. well, pretty soon people will be on social security, medicare when they reach those ages. shouldn't we, as a rational nation, look to give priority to younger people who will work a little longer and pay more into the system before they draw these benefits? they give preferences to investors, those who create jobs and bring factories and -- and manufacturing to our country. those are the kind of things i think we ought to be talking about. this bill makes reference to guest workers in their outline. it's a very delicate issue. let me just tell you what was in last year's bill last time in 2007. and reason to my mind was one of the greater errors in the legislation. people would come into the country for three years. they could b
in and to spend more time with my incredible family. >>> republican congressman shelly moore says she will run for rockefeller's seat. as for democrats, one source acknowledges their pool of candidates is not very deep. >>> as i told you at the top of the broadcast, we'll carry the joint news reference by president obama and hamid karzai live for you at the white house. you see them getting set up there. it's been a busy morning for the afghan president. he's met with reporters and leon pa nett panetta. our coverage continues right after this. >>> we have sacrificed together, that has created a bond that will not be broken in the future. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i looked at my options. then i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call now and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans,
yes. but a lawsuit at a catholic hospital at tom as moore hospital. the obstetrician and staff should have performed an emergency c-section to save the twins. the man is asking the state supreme court to consider this case. colorado law says the hospital is not liable, but what does the church doctrine say? joining me now it bill donohue, president of the catholic league. a really tough one. doctrine of the church, but have you colorado law. which says that a fetus is not a human being. how do you argue that? >> well, look, the civil courts can do whatever they want. i understand what colorado law is, but the fact of the matter is, catholic church is driven by natural law. catholic church says natural law trumps the civil law. we know that life begins at concept. for the catholic church to say we'll hide under the rubric of civil law, because the lawyers say they are going to save us money, they are acting like har lots quite frankly. i hope the hospital gets stripped of its catholic status. the worst thing you can provide is scandal according to jesus to create confusion and doubt in
by bringing on big stars. sheryl crow was the band leader. nicole kidman and demi moore all stopped by. >>steve: he never was untied the entire show. terrific publicity. >>steve: to our lead story impacting millions of people: it's freezing cold. check out this fountain in new york city pictured yesterday. the water is still moving underneath the ice. a lot of it frozen over. in the commonwealth of massachusetts, temperatures making it all the more difficult for these fire fighters because the hydrants froze up. and then as soon as the water went out of the hoses, it froze. for the latest on what we can expect today on this friday, let's go to janice dean. tell us it's warming up someplace. >> it's going to warm up here. by wednesday, thursday, 50-degree temperatures for your daytime high. kind of topsy-turvy weather over the next several weeks as we get into february. don't get too kph-frpbl because the deep -- don't get too kph-frpl because -- comfortable because the deep freeze will be back. that cold is sinking as far south as atlanta, georgia, 32 degrees where we could see a mixt
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